Stencil Nation: Graffiti, Community, and Art

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Without a doubt, stencils are the fastest, easiest, and cheapest method for painting an image on a wall, a sidewalk, or practically anywhere.

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Stencil Nation focuses on the unexpected mix of this lively, accessible medium-from famous artists including Banksy to international street stencils and gallery shows-to reveal engaging aspects of an intentionally secretive creative community.

With dynamically illustrated perspectives from diverse niches of the art form, hundreds of photographs, and numerous essays have been curated by's founder, Russel Howze. Stencil Nation builds upon previous published works to give the most extensive and up-to-date history of stencil art.

Featuring more than 500 full-color photographs of artwork by over 350 artists from 28 countries, with work by Banksy, Jef Aerosol, Logan Hicks, Amy Rice, Adam5100, Arofish, M-City, SWOON, Hao, John Fekner, and many others. Written chapters offer the history of stencil artwork from 30,000 BC to the present, tips for creating stencil artwork, and lots more!

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Author Russell Howze
Publisher Manic D Press
Page Count 192pp
Publication Size 8 x 8
Publication Notes Softcover, Color
Publication Date June 2008
ISBN 978-1933149226

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